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I came across this book in the Little Free Library near my house and thought it looked like an interesting, quick read. I never really watched the show, but had a vague idea of its premise going in.
This book was well-written. The descriptions were fun, interesting, and really helped the reader visualize what's happening. It is filled with a good amount of detail and I can easily see these shenanigans happening in the show.
The book includes two stories, similar to the layout of an episode of a show. I found both entertaining, especially splitting each story into Phineas and Ferb's adventures and Agent P's missions.
There are also black-and-white stills from the show that have good clarity (unlike so many other books that use blurry pictures) and they really help set the scene and break up the text.
I enjoyed this book more than I thought I would having not watched the show. Great read for young readers that are ready for medium-length chapters.